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2 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Definitions... i Notes & References... v II. III. IV. Demographic Summaries University by Campus and Level... 1 College by Level... 9 Classification Residency and Tuition Status Headcount Summaries by Department (College Station) Level Level by Entry Status Ethnic Origin Ethnic Origin by Gender Classification by Ethnic Origin Headcount Summaries by Major Level Level by Entry Status Ethnic Origin Ethnic Origin by Gender Classification by Ethnic Origin V. First-Time Undergraduate Enrollment (College Station) First-Time In College Students First-Time Undergraduate Transfer VI. Additional Population Summaries (College Station) First Generation; Texas Top 10% Entry Status Housing VII. Feeder Patterns All Students Entry Status Country VIII. Health Science Center (HSC) Details by College

3 Executive Summary The Spring University total enrollment reached 58,577 students. College Station campus enrolled 52,372 students, 89.4% of the total. Undergraduate enrollment makes 76.2% (44,622) of the total student body. Doctoral students constituted 32.9% (4,604) of the total graduate and first professional student population (13,955). Total enrollment of students reported as Hispanic, Black, and American Indian comprised 21.8% (12,791) of the entire student population. International student enrollment reached 5,296 which 79.6% (4,216) are pursing graduate or first professional degrees. Dwight Look College of Engineering on College Station campus enrolled a total of 13,004 students, of which 24.4% (3,172) are pursuing graduate degrees. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences on College Station campus enrolled a total of 7,408 students, of which 16.7% (1,240) are pursuing graduate degrees. College Station Campus welcomed a total of 1,758 new students, of which 8.1% (142) are first-time freshmen, 55.6% (979) are first-time transfers, and 36.2% (637) are first-time graduate or professional students. i

4 Definitions Age: is calculated by subtracting the year of birth from the year of the semester report; it does not take into account the month of birth. Age Categories: recodes the variable Age by ordering students into one of the following age categories: < Blinn Team: is a collaborative effort between TAMU and Blinn Junior College. Students in this program will complete a specified number of courses at each institution with a 3.0 to qualify for automatic admission to TAMU. They are classified as part-time students. College: specifies the college to which a student s major is assigned. Department: designates the four-letter abbreviation specifying the department to which a student s major is assigned. Enrollment Status: this variable categorizes students into one of the following admissions categories: 1st Time in College: an undergraduate, degree seeking, student who applied and enrolled in college for the first time regardless of whether the student has acquired college level credit through testing, advanced placement or summer enrollment. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. 1st Time PB Undergraduate (Post Baccalaureate U5): a student who has graduated with an undergraduate degree (BA or BS) but who is returning to obtain either another undergraduate degree or certification. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. 1st Time PB Graduate (Post Baccalaureate G6): a non-degree seeking graduate student who has never attended another post-secondary institution at the same level for which they have enrolled. Graduate PB s are included with Masters students. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. ii

5 1st Time Graduate: a graduate student who has never attended another post-secondary institution at the same level for which they have enrolled. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. 1st Time Professional: a professional student who has never attended a professional program at another post-secondary institution. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. 1st Time Transfer: a student entering TAMU for the first time but who is known to have previously attended another post-secondary institution at the same level (e.g. undergraduate to undergraduate, or masters to masters, not undergraduate to masters). This does not include an institution s own graduates who re-enter for further education. This field is used only the first semester of a student s enrollment at TAMU. Readmitted: a student who previously attended TAMU and is enrolled after applying for readmission. Continuing: an undergraduate, master s, doctoral or professional student who has completed at least one full semester at TAMU with no break in spring and fall semester enrollment. Ethnic Origin: is the code indicating the ethnic origin of the student. Students are classified as International if they are not citizens of the United States but are in the United States on a temporary basis and do not have the right to remain indefinitely. Non-citizen students, who are lawfully admitted for permanent residence, or Resident Aliens, are reported in the appropriate racial/ethnic category along with United States Citizens. The unknown classification is reserved for students that have not selected a racial/ethnic designation. White Only American Indian Only Asian Only Black only + 2 or more/1 Black Hispanic or Latino of any Race Native Hawaiian Only 2 or more/excluding Black International Unknown or Not Reported First Generation: neither parent (or guardian) graduated from a four-year college. Ft/Pt TAMU Status: field calculated in the SIMS database that groups students into one of four full-time/parttime categories based on their enrollment (SCH) in courses as of an official census date, their program, and their department of instruction (i.e. Student teaching, co-op, etc.). Note that it is possible to calculate full- and part- iii

6 time status using SCH as the sole criteria by using the SCH Categories. For specific information contact The Office of Institutional Studies and Planning. Less than Half Time Half Time Three-Quarter Time (used for fall and spring semesters only) Full Time Gender: identifies a student as either male or female Not Certified: if the heading of the report contains Not Certified then this report has been generated using data that has not yet been certified as correct to The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). The data has undergone vigorous clean up and we do not anticipate significant changes between this data and the certified data. (Certification generally takes place towards the end of a semester.) Major: designates the four-letter abbreviation specifying the student s declared major. Official Certified 12 th Class Day Data: if the heading of the report contains Official Certified Data this report has been generated using data that has been certified as correct by TAMU to The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). Percent Change (also % chg): Measure of change from previous like semester of last year to the current semester as a percentage of previous semester s numbers (i.e. %CHG=(CURRENT-PREVIOUS)/PREVIOUS ). When considering % change it is important to note that increases or decreases in categories with low numbers will result in a notably high percentage changes. Residency Status: categorizes students into one of the following three categories based on the state or foreign country in which the student resides (where the student lives at the time of application). Texas Resident Non-TX, US Resident Non-TX, Non-US Resident SCH Categories: groups student s into one of the following categories based on the sum total of all the semester credit hours for which a student is enrolled without regard to funding. < 6 SCH SCH 6-8 SCH SCH 9-11 SCH >18 SCH iv

7 Student Level and Classification: involves the grouping of students into the following student level designation. Student Level TAMU Classification Undergraduate U0, U1, U2, U3, U4, U5 Masters G6, G7, G9 Doctoral G8 Professional V1, V2, V3, V4 Top 10%: are the First-Time In College students who have graduated in the top 10% of their high school class and are either from a Texas high school or are Texas residents for tuition purposes. Tuition Status: indicates a student s status for tuition purposes. (For specifics on the residence tuition policy, contact the Office of Admissions.) Resident Tuition: students who pay Resident Tuition rates. Non-Resident Tuition: students who pay Non-Resident Tuition rates. Tuition Exemption/Waiver: students who pay Resident Tuition rates because they are granted a tuition exemption or waiver. v

8 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Campus (All Campuses) College Gender Ethnicity TAMU Age Categories Enrollment Status SCH Categories Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Top 10% Texas High School First Generation College Station* Galveston* Health Science Center* School of Law* Dist.Ed Qatar Total # % # % # % # % # % # % # % Total 52, % 2, % 2, % % % % 58, % Agriculture and Life Sci. 7, % 7.3% % 7, % Architecture 2, % 2, % College of Medicine % % Dentistry % % Dwight Look College of Engineering 13, % 3.1% % % 13, % Education and Human Development 6, % 1.0% % 6, % Galveston 2, % 2, % G. Bush School of Govt 403.8% % 436.7% Geosciences 1, % 6.3% 1, % Liberal Arts 7, % 2.1% 7, % Mays Business School 5, % 5, % Nursing % 283.5% Pharmacy % 370.6% Public Health 9.0% % 404.7% School of Law % % Science 3, % % 3, % Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sci. 2, % 2, % Transition Academic Programs 2, % 2, % Other Special Population 67.1% % 548.9% Female 24, % % 1, % % % % 27, % Male 27, % 1, % 1, % % % % 30, % White Only 31, % 1, % 1, % % % % 35, % American Indian Only 143.3% 6.3% 8.3% 4.6% 1.3% 162.3% Asian Only 2, % % % % % 4.8% 3, % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black 1, % % % % % 2, % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 9, % % % % % 1.2% 10, % Native Hawaii Only 43.1% 4.2% 6.2% 2.5% 55.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black 1, % % % % 5 1.3% 1, % International 4, % % % 4.6% % % 5, % Unknown or Not Reported 255.5% 9.4% % % % % 369.6% <18 5.0% 5.0% , % 1, % % 1.2% % 26, % , % % % % % % 21, % , % % 1, % % % % 6, % , % % % % % 7 1.4% 3, % % % % % % 1.2% 1, % 1st Time in College 142.3% 4.2% 7 1.4% 153.3% 1st Time Transfer % % 18.7% 5 1.0% 1, % 1st Time Graduate % 12.6% % % 2.4% % 1st Time Professional Readmitted 269.5% % % 2.5% 2.4% 337.6% Continuing 50, % 2, % 2, % % % % 56, % < 6 SCH 3, % % % 5.8% % % 3, % 6-8 SCH 2, % % % % % % 3, % 9-11 SCH 8, % % % % % % 8, % SCH 20, % % % % 3.8% % 22, % SCH 15, % % % % % 16, % >17 SCH 1, % % 1, % 7 1.1% % 3, % Less Than Half Time 3, % % % 1.2% % % 3, % Half-Time 4, % % % % % % 5, % Full-Time 44, % 1, % 2, % % % % 49, % No 32, % 1, % 2, % % % % 37, % Yes 20, % % % % 9 1.8% 20, % No 33, % 1, % % % % % 35, % Unknown 6, % % 2, % % % % 10, % Yes 12, % % % % % 1.2% 13, % * Reported to THECB according to the Reporting Manual Because of the possibility of cross enrollment, all campus totals may not be non-duplicative Table 1 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 1

9 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Student Level (All Campuses) College Gender Ethnicity TAMU Age Categories Enrollment Status SCH Categories Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Top 10% Texas High School First Generation Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional Total # % # % # % # % # % Total 44, % 6, % 4, % 2, % 58, % Agriculture and Life Sci. 6, % % % 7, % Architecture 1, % % % 2, % College of Medicine 22.3% % % % Dentistry 60.1% 6.1% 8.2% % % Dwight Look College of Engineering 9, % 1, % 1, % 13, % Education and Human Development 5, % % % 6, % Galveston 2, % % 29.6% 2, % G. Bush School of Govt % 436.7% Geosciences % % % 1, % Liberal Arts 6, % % % 7, % Mays Business School 4, % % % 5, % Nursing 242.5% 41.6% 283.5% Pharmacy % 370.6% Public Health 9.0% % 20.4% 404.7% School of Law % % Science 2, % % % 3, % Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sci. 1, % % % % 2, % Transition Academic Programs 2, % 2, % Other Special Population % 52.8% 548.9% Female 21, % 2, % 1, % 1, % 27, % Male 22, % 3, % 2, % 1, % 30, % White Only 29, % 3, % 1, % 1, % 35, % American Indian Only 125.3% 14.2% 9.2% 14.5% 162.3% Asian Only 2, % % % % 3, % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black 1, % % % % 2, % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 9, % % % % 10, % Native Hawaii Only 42.1% 7.1% 1.0% 5.2% 55.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black 1, % % % % 1, % International 1, % 1, % 2, % 10.4% 5, % Unknown or Not Reported 111.2% % % % 369.6% <18 4.0% 1.0% 5.0% , % 11.2% 3.1% 8.3% 26, % , % 3, % % 1, % 21, % % 1, % 2, % 1, % 6, % % 1, % 1, % % 3, % % % % % 1, % 1st Time in College 153.3% 153.3% 1st Time Transfer 1, % 1, % 1st Time Graduate % % 1.0% % Readmitted 316.7% 16.2% 5.1% 337.6% Continuing 43, % 5, % 4, % 2, % 56, % < 6 SCH 1, % 1, % % 17.6% 3, % 6-8 SCH 1, % 1, % % % 3, % 9-11 SCH 2, % 2, % 3, % % 8, % SCH 21, % % % % 22, % SCH 16, % % 18.4% % 16, % >17 SCH 1, % 27.4% 1, % 3, % Less Than Half Time 1, % 1, % % 13.5% 3, % Half-Time 3, % 1, % % % 5, % Full-Time 38, % 4, % 3, % 2, % 49, % No 25, % 5, % 4, % 2, % 37, % Yes 19, % % % % 20, % No 30, % 2, % 1, % % 35, % Unknown 2, % 2, % 1, % 2, % 10, % Yes 11, % 1, % % % 13, % Because of the possibility of cross enrollment, all campus totals may not be non-duplicative Table 2 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 2

10 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level College Gender Ethnicity TAMU Age Categories Enrollment Status Tuition Status Residency Status SCH Categories Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Top 10% Texas High School First Generation College Station Campus, Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional Total # % # % # % # % # % Total 41, % 5, % 4, % % 52, % Agriculture and Life Sci. 6, % % % 7, % Architecture 1, % % % 2, % Dwight Look College of Engineering 9, % 1, % 1, % 13, % Education and Human Development 5, % % % 6, % G. Bush School of Govt % 403.8% Geosciences % % % 1, % Liberal Arts 6, % % % 7, % Mays Business School 4, % % % 5, % Public Health 9.0% 9.0% School of Law Science 2, % % % 3, % Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sci. 1, % % % % 2, % Transition Academic Programs 2, % 2, % Other Special Population 60.1% 7.1% 67.1% Female 20, % 2, % 1, % % 24, % Male 21, % 3, % 2, % % 27, % White Only 27, % 2, % 1, % % 31, % American Indian Only 119.3% 13.2% 9.2% 2.4% 143.3% Asian Only 2, % % % % 2, % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black 1, % % % 4.8% 1, % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 8, % % % % 9, % Native Hawaii Only 37.1% 5.1% 1.0% 43.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black 1, % % % 6 1.1% 1, % International % 1, % 2, % 4, % Unknown or Not Reported 88.2% % % 7 1.3% 255.5% <18 4.0% 1.0% 5.0% , % 10.2% 3.1% 25, % , % 2, % % % 18, % % 1, % 1, % % 4, % % % 1, % % 2, % % % % 6 1.1% % 1st Time in College 142.3% 142.3% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % % % Readmitted 250.6% 14.3% 5.1% 269.5% Continuing 40, % 5, % 4, % % 50, % Resident Tuition 39, % 3, % 1, % % 44, % Non-Resident Tuition 1, % 1, % % 2.4% 2, % Tuition Exemption/Waiver 1, % 1, % 2, % % 4, % Texas Resident 39, % 3, % 1, % % 44, % Non-TX, US Resident 1, % % % % 2, % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % 1, % 2, % 4, % < 6 SCH 1, % % % 3, % 6-8 SCH 1, % % % 2, % 9-11 SCH 1, % 2, % 3, % 8, % SCH 19, % % % 1.2% 20, % SCH 15, % % 18.4% 15, % >17 SCH 1, % 24.4% % 1, % Less Than Half Time 1, % % % 3, % Half-Time 3, % 1, % % 4, % Three-Quarter Time Full-Time 36, % 3, % 3, % % 44, % No 22, % 4, % 4, % % 32, % Yes 19, % % % % 20, % No 29, % 2, % 1, % % 33, % Unknown 2, % 2, % 1, % % 6, % Yes 10, % % % % 12, % Page 3

11 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level (Galveston) Department Gender Ethnicity TAMU Age Categories Enrollment Status Tuition Status Residency Status SCH Categories Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Top 10% Texas High School First Generation Galveston, Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional Total # % # % # % # % # % Total 2, % % % 2, % ALEC 1.0% 1.0% ANTH 1 1.0% 1.0% CVEN 1 1.0% 2 5.3% 3.1% GACD % % GEOG 1.0% 1.0% HLKN 1.0% 1.0% MARA % % % MARB % % % % MARE % % MARS % % 2 5.3% % MART % % MASE % % OCNG 1 1.0% % 5.2% SOCI 1.0% 1.0% WFSC 3 2.9% 3 7.9% 6.3% Female % % % % Male 1, % % % 1, % White Only 1, % % % 1, % American Indian Only 6.3% 6.3% Asian Only % 2 1.9% % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % 2 1.9% 1 2.6% % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % 6 5.8% 1 2.6% % Native Hawaii Only 4.2% 4.2% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 3 2.9% 1 2.6% % International 12.6% 7 6.8% % % Unknown or Not Reported 6.3% 2 1.9% 1 2.6% 9.4% < , % 1 1.0% 1, % % % % % % % % % % % % % % 6 5.8% % % 1st Time in College 4.2% 4.2% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % 12.6% Readmitted % % Continuing 1, % % % 2, % Resident Tuition 1, % % % 1, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Texas Resident 1, % % % 1, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 13.6% 5 4.9% % % < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % 8 7.8% % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH % % % SCH % % % >17 SCH % 2 1.9% % Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % % 1 2.6% % Three-Quarter Time Full-Time 1, % % % 1, % No 1, % % % 1, % Yes % 4 3.9% 1 2.6% % No 1, % % % 1, % Unknown % % % % Yes % % % % Table 4 Prepared by DARS, 4/22/2015 Page 4

12 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level (Health Science Center) College Gender Ethnicity TAMU Age Categories Enrollment Status Tuition Status Residency Status SCH Categories Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Top 10% Texas High School First Generation Health Science Center, Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional Total # % # % # % # % # % Total % % % 1, % 2, % College of Medicine % % % % Dentistry % 6 1.4% 8 7.1% % % Nursing % % % Pharmacy % % Public Health % % % Total % % % 1, % 2, % Female % % % % 1, % Male % % % % 1, % White Only % % % % 1, % American Indian Only 8.5% 8.3% Asian Only % % % % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black 6 2.0% % 3 2.7% % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % 3 2.7% % % Native Hawaii Only 1.3% 5.3% 6.2% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 3.7% 1.9% 14.8% % International 2.7% % % 6.4% % Unknown or Not Reported 2.7% 7 1.6% 5 4.4% % % < % 7.4% % % % % % % % % % % 1, % % % % % % % % 8 7.1% % % 1st Time Transfer % 18.7% 1st Time Graduate % 2 1.8% 1.1% % Readmitted % % Continuing % % % 1, % 2, % Resident Tuition % % % 1, % 2, % Non-Resident Tuition 4 1.3% % 7 6.2% % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Texas Resident % % % 1, % 2, % Non-TX, US Resident 2.7% % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 2.7% % % 7.4% % < 6 SCH 8 2.6% % % 12.7% % 6-8 SCH % % 2 1.8% 14.8% % 9-11 SCH % % % % % SCH % % 2 1.8% % % SCH % % % % >17 SCH % 1.2% 1, % 1, % Less Than Half Time 8 2.6% % % 12.7% % Half-Time % % 4 3.5% % % Full-Time % % % 1, % 2, % No % % % 1, % 2, % Yes % % 2 1.8% % % No % % % % % Unknown % % % 1, % 2, % Yes % % 1.9% % % Table 5 Prepared by DARS, 4/22/2015 Page 5

13 Gender Ethnicity School of Law, Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level (School of Law) Professional Total # % # % Total % % Female % % Male % % White Only % % American Indian Only 4.6% 4.6% Asian Only % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % 2 or More/Excluding Black % % International 4.6% 4.6% Unknown or Not Reported % % TAMU Age Categories < % 1.2% % % % % % % % % Enrollment Status Continuing % % Tuition Status Resident Tuition % % Non-Resident Tuition % % Residency Status Texas Resident % % Non-TX, US Resident % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 5.8% 5.8% SCH Categories < 6 SCH 5.8% 5.8% 6-8 SCH % % 9-11 SCH % % SCH % % SCH % % >17 SCH 7 1.1% 7 1.1% Table 6 Prepared by DARS, 4/22/2015 Page 6

14 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level (Distance Education) Distance Education (Out State), Masters Doctoral Total # % # % # % College Total % % % Agriculture and Life Sci % % % Architecture Dwight Look College of Engineering % % Education and Human Development % % % Galveston G. Bush School of Govt % % School of Law Science % % Gender Female % % % Male % % % Ethnicity White Only % % % American Indian Only 1.3% 1.3% Asian Only % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % Native Hawaii Only 2.5% 2.5% 2 or More/Excluding Black 5 1.3% 5 1.3% International % % % Unknown or Not Reported % % TAMU Age % % Categories % % % % % % % % Enrollment 1st Time Graduate % % % Status Readmitted 2.5% 2.5% Continuing % % % Tuition Status Non-Resident Tuition % % % Residency Status Texas Resident % % Non-TX, US Resident % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % 6-8 SCH % % % 9-11 SCH % % SCH 3.8% 3.8% Ft/Pt: TAMU Less Than Half Time % % % Status Half-Time % % % Three-Quarter Time Full-Time % % Table 7 Page 7

15 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level (Qatar) Not Reported to THECB Gender Qatar, Undergraduate Masters Total # % # % # % Total % % % Female % % % Male % % % TAMU Age Categories < % % % % % % % % % % 7 1.4% % 1 0.2% Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 7 1.6% 7 1.4% 1st Time Transfer 5 1.1% 5 1.0% 1st Time Graduate 2 4.3% 2 0.4% Readmitted 2 0.4% 2 0.4% Continuing % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH 5 1.1% % % 6-8 SCH 6 1.3% % % 9-11 SCH % % % SCH % 2 4.3% % SCH % % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time 5 1.1% % % Half-Time % % % Full-Time % % % First Generation No % 3 6.4% % Unknown % % % Yes 1 0.2% 1 0.2% Table 8 Prepared by DARS, 4/22/2015 Page 8

16 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Total Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 41, % 5, % 4, % % 52, % Female 20, % 2, % 1, % % 24, % Male 21, % 3, % 2, % % 27, % Ethnicity White Only 27, % 2, % 1, % % 31, % American Indian Only 119.3% 13.2% 9.2% 2.4% 143.3% Asian Only 2, % % % % 2, % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black 1, % % % 4.8% 1, % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 8, % % % % 9, % Native Hawaii Only 37.1% 5.1% 1.0% 43.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black 1, % % % 6 1.1% 1, % International % 1, % 2, % 4, % Unknown or Not Reported 88.2% % % 7 1.3% 255.5% TAMU Age Categories <18 4.0% 1.0% 5.0% , % 10.2% 3.1% 25, % , % 2, % % % 18, % % 1, % 1, % % 4, % % % 1, % % 2, % % % % 6 1.1% % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 142.3% 142.3% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % % % Readmitted 250.6% 14.3% 5.1% 269.5% Continuing 40, % 5, % 4, % % 50, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 39, % 3, % 1, % % 44, % Non-Resident Tuition 1, % 1, % % 2.4% 2, % Tuition Exemption/Waiver 1, % 1, % 2, % % 4, % Residency Status Texas Resident 39, % 3, % 1, % % 44, % Non-TX, US Resident 1, % % % % 2, % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % 1, % 2, % 4, % SCH Categories < 6 SCH 1, % % % 3, % 6-8 SCH 1, % % % 2, % 9-11 SCH 1, % 2, % 3, % 8, % SCH 19, % % % 1.2% 20, % SCH 15, % % 18.4% 15, % >17 SCH 1, % 24.4% % 1, % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time 1, % % % 3, % Half-Time 3, % 1, % % 4, % Full-Time 36, % 3, % 3, % % 44, % Top 10% Texas High School No 22, % 4, % 4, % % 32, % Yes 19, % % % % 20, % First Generation No 29, % 2, % 1, % % 33, % Unknown 2, % 2, % 1, % % 6, % Yes 10, % % % % 12, % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 9

17 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Agriculture and Life Sci. Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 6, % % % 7, % Female 3, % % % 4, % Male 2, % % % 3, % Ethnicity White Only 4, % % % 5, % American Indian Only 24.4% 2.4% 2.3% 28.4% Asian Only % 7 1.3% % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % % % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 1, % % % 1, % Native Hawaii Only 7.1% 7.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 7 1.3% 6.9% % International % % % % Unknown or Not Reported 9.1% 7 1.3% % 26.4% TAMU Age Categories < , % 3, % , % % % 3, % % % % % % % % % % % % % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 11.2% 11.1% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % % % Readmitted % 4.7% 66.9% Continuing 5, % % % 6, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 5, % % % 6, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Residency Status Texas Resident 5, % % % 6, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % % % % 9-11 SCH % % % 1, % SCH 3, % % % 3, % SCH 2, % 3.5% 3.4% 2, % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % % % % Full-Time 5, % % % 6, % Top 10% Texas High School No 3, % % % 4, % Yes 2, % % % 2, % First Generation No 4, % % % 4, % Unknown % % % % Yes 1, % % % 2, % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 10

18 College Architecture Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 1, % % % 2, % Female % % % % Male 1, % % % 1, % Ethnicity White Only 1, % % % 1, % American Indian Only 5.3% 5.2% Asian Only % % 5 5.0% % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % 9 2.4% 5 5.0% % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % 6 6.0% % Native Hawaii Only 2.1% 2.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 3.8% % International 12.6% % % % Unknown or Not Reported 1.1% 3.8% 3 3.0% 7.3% TAMU Age Categories < , % 1, % % % 1 1.0% 1, % % % % % % % % % % 7 1.8% % % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate 3.8% 3.1% Readmitted % % Continuing 1, % % % 2, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 1, % % % 2, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Residency Status Texas Resident 1, % % % 2, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 12.6% % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH 7.4% % % % 6-8 SCH % % % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH 1, % % 5 5.0% 1, % SCH % % % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time 7.4% % % % Half-Time % % % Full-Time 1, % % % 2, % Top 10% Texas High School No 1, % % % 1, % Yes % % 1 1.0% % First Generation No 1, % % % 1, % Unknown % % % % Yes % % % % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 11

19 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Dwight Look College of Engineering Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 9, % 1, % 1, % 13, % Female 2, % % % 2, % Male 7, % 1, % 1, % 10, % Ethnicity White Only 6, % % % 6, % American Indian Only 30.3% 5.3% 3.2% 38.3% Asian Only % % % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % % % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 1, % % % 2, % Native Hawaii Only 12.1% 2.1% 1.1% 15.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 16.9% 8.6% % International % 1, % 1, % 2, % Unknown or Not Reported 34.3% % % 71.5% TAMU Age Categories < , % 2.1% 6, % , % % % 4, % % % % 1, % % % % % % % % 103.8% Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 52.5% 52.4% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % % % Readmitted 41.4% 4.2% 1.1% 46.4% Continuing 9, % 1, % 1, % 12, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 9, % % % 9, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % 1, % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % 1, % Residency Status Texas Resident 9, % % % 9, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % 1, % 1, % 2, % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % % % % 9-11 SCH % 1, % 1, % 2, % SCH 4, % % % 5, % SCH 3, % 9.5% 9.6% 3, % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % % % % Full-Time 8, % 1, % 1, % 11, % Top 10% Texas High School No 4, % 1, % 1, % 7, % Yes 5, % % % 5, % First Generation No 7, % % % 8, % Unknown % 1, % % 2, % Yes 2, % % % 2, % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 12

20 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Education and Human Development Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 5, % % % 6, % Female 3, % % % 4, % Male 1, % % % 1, % Ethnicity White Only 3, % % % 4, % American Indian Only 12.2% 5.6% 17.3% Asian Only % % % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % % % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % % 1, % Native Hawaii Only 2.0% 2.0% 2 or More/Excluding Black % % % % International 15.3% % % % Unknown or Not Reported 4.1% 8 1.0% 4.7% 16.2% TAMU Age Categories < , % 2.2% 2, % , % % % 2, % % % % % % % % % % % % % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 13.3% 13.2% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % % % Readmitted 26.5% 1.1% 3.5% 30.5% Continuing 4, % % % 6, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 4, % % % 6, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver 44.9% % % % Residency Status Texas Resident 4, % % % 6, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 16.3% % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % % % % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH 2, % % % 2, % SCH 1, % 9 1.1% 6 1.0% 1, % >17 SCH % 1.1% % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % % % 1, % Full-Time 4, % % % 5, % Top 10% Texas High School No 2, % % % 4, % Yes 2, % % % 2, % First Generation No 3, % % % 4, % Unknown % % % % Yes 1, % % % 1, % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 13

21 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Geosciences Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total % % % 1, % Female % % % % Male % % % % Ethnicity White Only % % % % American Indian Only 4.4% 1.6% 5.4% Asian Only % 6 3.7% 4 2.2% % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % 6 3.7% 3 1.7% % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % 9 5.1% % Native Hawaii Only 1.1% 1.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 1.6% 2 1.1% % International % % % % Unknown or Not Reported 1.1% 1.6% 4 2.2% 6.5% TAMU Age Categories < % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 3.3% 3.2% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate % 4 2.2% % Readmitted 8.8% 1.6% 9.7% Continuing % % % 1, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition % % % 1, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Residency Status Texas Resident % % % 1, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % 6 3.7% 5 2.8% % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH % 3 1.9% 1.6% % SCH % % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % 7 4.3% 7 3.9% % Full-Time % % % 1, % Top 10% Texas High School No % % % % Yes % % 5 2.8% % First Generation No % % % % Unknown % % % % Yes % % % % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 14

22 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Liberal Arts Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 6, % % % 7, % Female 3, % % % 4, % Male 2, % % % 3, % Ethnicity White Only 4, % % % 4, % American Indian Only 25.4% 2.3% 27.4% Asian Only % 6 2.8% % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % 3 1.4% % % Hispanic or Latino of any Race 1, % % % 1, % Native Hawaii Only 5.1% 5.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 3 1.4% 6 1.0% % International 54.8% % % % Unknown or Not Reported 13.2% 2.9% % 26.3% TAMU Age Categories <18 1.0% 1.0% , % 1.2% 3, % , % % % 2, % % % % % % % % % % 7 3.3% % % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 25.4% 25.3% 1st Time Transfer % % 1st Time Graduate 1.5% 5.9% 6.1% Readmitted % 1.5% 1.2% % Continuing 6, % % % 7, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 6, % % % 6, % Non-Resident Tuition % % % % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Residency Status Texas Resident 6, % % % 6, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident 57.9% % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % % % 6-8 SCH % % % % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH 2, % % 4.7% 2, % SCH 2, % 3 1.4% 2, % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % % % Half-Time % % % % Full-Time 5, % % % 6, % Top 10% Texas High School No 4, % % % 4, % Yes 2, % 4 1.9% % 2, % First Generation No 4, % % % 4, % Unknown % % % % Yes 1, % % % 2, % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 15

23 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Mays Business School Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total 4, % % % 5, % Female 2, % % % 2, % Male 2, % % % 2, % Ethnicity White Only 3, % % % 3, % American Indian Only 11.2% 11.2% Asian Only % % 2 2.8% % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black % 5.6% 4 5.6% % Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % 3 4.2% % Native Hawaii Only 2.0% 1.1% 3.1% 2 or More/Excluding Black % 7.8% 1 1.4% % International % % % % Unknown or Not Reported 5.1% % 2 2.8% 45.8% TAMU Age Categories < , % 4.4% 1 1.4% 2, % , % % 4 5.6% 2, % % % % % % % % % % % 3 4.2% % Enrollment Status 1st Time in College 17.4% 17.3% 1st Time Transfer 1.0% 1.0% 1st Time Graduate % % Readmitted 11.2% 1.1% 12.2% Continuing 4, % % % 5, % Tuition Status Resident Tuition 4, % % % 5, % Non-Resident Tuition % % 2 2.8% % Tuition Exemption/Waiver % % % % Residency Status Texas Resident 4, % % % 5, % Non-TX, US Resident % % % % Non-TX, Non-US Resident % % % % SCH Categories < 6 SCH % % 3 4.2% % 6-8 SCH % % % 9-11 SCH % % % % SCH 2, % % 5 6.9% 2, % SCH 1, % % 1, % >17 SCH % % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time % % 3 4.2% % Half-Time % % % Full-Time 4, % % % 4, % Top 10% Texas High School No 2, % % % 2, % Yes 2, % % 4 5.6% 2, % First Generation No 3, % % 7 9.7% 3, % Unknown % % % % Yes % % % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 16

24 Texas A&M University Student Enrollment Summary Student Head Count by Level by College College Public Health Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Professional ELI Total # % # % # % # % # % # % Gender Total % % Female % % Male % % Ethnicity White Only % % American Indian Only Asian Only % % Black Only + 2 or more/1 Black Hispanic or Latino of any Race % % TAMU Age Categories Native Hawaii Only 2 or More/Excluding Black International Unknown or Not Reported < % % Enrollment Status st Time in College 1st Time Transfer 1st Time Graduate Readmitted Continuing % % Tuition Status Resident Tuition % % Residency Status Non-Resident Tuition Tuition Exemption/Waiver Texas Resident % % SCH Categories Non-TX, US Resident Non-TX, Non-US Resident < 6 SCH 6-8 SCH 9-11 SCH SCH % % SCH % % >17 SCH % % Ft/Pt: TAMU Status Less Than Half Time Half-Time Full-Time % % Top 10% Texas High School No % % Yes % % First Generation No % % Unknown Yes % % Table 9 Prepared by DARS, 4/28/2015 Page 17

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